When Cupid shoots his arrow without looking first and misses the intended target, unrequited love is born. One-sided or unrequited love is more common because you are developing an idealistic view of your perfect partner when you are young. However, mature people occasionally go through incredibly painful one-sided love. “I also find that teenagers are a resilient bunch and heal more rapidly, despite the fact that they are more likely to experience heartbreak and unrequited love. Certain persons who suffer unrequited love may experience acute depression. Deeper suffering exists. A long-term partner may begin to feel something for the other, only to be astonished to discover that the other person doesn’t feel the same way. These folks are more prone to suicide and depressive thoughts. Newly employed young persons frequently encounter unrequited love from more senior, married managers or coworkers. If the person you like doesn’t show any interest in you, it’s better to accept the circumstance. When someone you have strong feelings for doesn’t feel the same way about you, it makes you feel rejected. This stings because you might begin to believe you have a problem. Not only can romantic rejection leave emotional scars, but it also hurts physically. People who experience heartbreak or a relationship ending are more likely to suffer from physical pain and heart attacks, according to study. It’s a tough pill to swallow, but nothing about it has to be private. We also discuss how to deal with unrequited love in difficult situations, especially when there are mutual friends or if the new love interest is already a close friend.